I absolutely love Savannah. Just thought I'd share a few
pictures I've snapped over the years.
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Outside the Savannah Cotton Exchange.
This relief was carved on the monument commemorating Count Casimir Pulaski. He gave his life for American freedom on October 9th, 1779.
Decorative ironwork in Savannah.
The Fountain in Forsyth Park.
George Washington donated two guns to a local artillery unit when he visited the city in 1791. The Chatham Artillery cheekily named them 'George & Martha'.
Lutheran Church of the Ascension on Wright Square.
Sculpture on Telfair Museum (Telfair Square). Four famous artists are pictured.
Another sculpture outside of the Telfair.
Colonial Park Cemetery, estblished in 1750. This gate was erected by the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1913.
This is where we begin our nightly ghost walk, the Haunted History Tour.
City Hall, designed by Hyman Witcover in 1905.
Our founder, Gen. James Edward Oglethorpe. He was a member of British Parliament turned reformer, philanthropist, and adventurer. He was also no slouch as a general.
On the base of Oglethorpe's monument there are four lions. The sculptors, Henry Bacon & Daniel Chester French, also designed the Seated Lincoln in Washington D.C.
Ironwork on the Champion-McAlpin House.
More decorative ironwork on the Champion-McAlpin House on Orleans Square.
(below) The Independent Presbyterian Church.